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Jian Wang

Alumini Ph.D (Dec'06)

Department of Chemical Engineering


Sr. Engineer - Plastics R&D / Characterization
The Dow Chemical Company
2301 N. Brazosport Blvd. B-1470D
Freeport, TX, 77541
Tel no. (979) 238-1245/ Fax (979) 238-0488




Current Research

1. Study of viscoelastic properties of cyclic polyethylene


 1. J. Wang, M. Cheung, Y. Mi, “Miscibility and morphology in crystalline/amorphous blends of poly(caprolactone)/poly(4-vinylphenol) as studied by DSC, FTIR, and C-13 solid state NMR”, Polymer 43 (4): 1357-1364 (2002).

2. Y. Mi, J. Wang, Y. Zhang, E. Chen, Cheng SZD, “Preparation of single-molecule particles of water-soluble polymers”, Polymer 42 (10): 4533-4535 (2001).

3. J. Wang, M. Cheung, Y. Mi, “Miscibility in blends of poly (4-vinylpyridine)/poly (4-vinylphenol) as studied by C-13 solid-state NMR” Polymer 42 (7): 3087-3093 (2001).

4. J. Wang, M. Cheung, Y. Mi, “Miscibility of poly(ethyloxazoline)/ poly(4-vinylphenol) blends as investigated by the high-resolution solid-state C-13 NMR”, Polymer 42 (5): 2077-2083 (2001). 

5. M. Chueng, J. Wang, S. Zheng, Y. Mi*, “Misicibility of Poly(epichlorohydrin)/Poly(vinylacetate) Blends Investigated with high Resolution Solid State C NMR”, Polymer 41 (4): 1469-1474 (2000).

6. Zheng SX, Wang JA, Guo QP, et al., “Miscibility, morphology and fracture toughness of epoxy resin poly(styrene-co-acrylonitrile) blends”, Polymer 37 (21): 4667-4673 (1996).

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